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Uroš Bojanović was born in Teslić, BH, in 1991. He has published two books of poetry: Ja ne mogu ništa (2007) and Iz druge sobe (2011). He has also had his poems published in literary magazines: Polja, Tema, Zarez, Agon, Knjigomat, Kritična masa, Afirmator, BKG, Ars, Libartes i Strane. His poems are included in the anthology Meko tkivo: izbor iz nove poezije regiona. He lives and works in Teslić.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Sam u vodi.
Stefan Bošković was born in Podgorica on 15th February 1983. In 2010 he graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje. He has published the novel Šamaranje which won The Prize for the Best Unpublished Novel. His short stories and dramas have been published in several magazines and anthologies. His stories have been translated into English, Russian and Slovenian. Co-screenwriter of the feature film Ispod mosta, na travi, među stijenama, 2016. Screenwriter of the short live action film Umir krvi directed by Senad Šahmanović, 2014. Screenwriter of the documentary films Dado Đurić, 2012. Žive oči, 2014. Vice Verse, 2015. Performed dramatic texts U ljubavnom trouglu, Komad i Galeb.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Transparentne životinje.
Dimitrije Bukvić (Belgrade, 1985) is a sociologist and journalist. He has published short stories in anthologies and literary magazines in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia. He is the winner of the festival for young writers Srpsko pero, the short story competition of the Bor National Library and the Miodrag Borisavljević competition. He is the author of the books Kafanološki astal / Karirani stolnjak (co-authored with Prof. Dr. Dragoljub B. Đorđević, 2014) and Šezdeset osma – pedeset godina posle (2018). He is a member of the advisory team of the international project CoLaboArthon, which combines science and art by creating engaged collective literary works. He has published sociological papers in scientific journals in Serbia and Montenegro. He is the author of numerous reports and series in the daily Politika, and for the Balkan Research Network (BIRN) he has written about cultural policy issues in the region. Fun fact: part of his newspaper article about the writer Jelena J. Dimitrijević was included in a seventh grade reader.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Svaka dobija.
Dušan Vasiljev, one of the greatest Serbian expressionists, was born on 19th July 1900 in Great Kikinda. In 1918 he fought in the Italian front. He returned from the war with his health seriously impaired. Dušan Vasiljev’s poems were published in a number of prestigious magazines and anthologies. In his lifetime, Vasiljev wrote about three hundred poems, a few dramatic texts and short stories, and he also started writing a novel. His first book, selected poems, was published posthumously. He died in Kikinda on 27th March 1924.
Dušan Vejnović (Sombor, 1981) is a writer, translator and psychologist. He’s written the short story collection Tvrdoglave beline (2011, the Đura Đukanov Prize), the book of poetry Posebne potrebe (2013) and the novel Jako i nikome (2014). He’s translated Roberto Bolaño’s novel Amulet (2015, the Radoje Tatić Prize). He lives in Novi Sad.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Bočne grane evolucije.
Aglaja Veteranyi (1962–2002) was a Swiss writer of Romanian origin, from a family of Romanian and Hungarian descent. She was born in Bucharest but eventually settled in Switzerland with her family of touring circus performers. She is best known for her novel Why the Child Is Cooking in the Polenta. She was the founder of the literary group Die Wortpumpe, and co-founder of the theatrical troupe Die Engelmachine. Her texts were published in numerous magazines and anthologies. In 1998. she was awarded a grant by the Literariche Colloquium Fund from Berlin, and in 2002 she won the Chamisso-Foederpreis prize. In the same year, she ended her life by committing suicide.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Zašto se dete kuva u palenti.
Ana Vučković (married surname: Denčić) was born in Belgrade on November 16, 1984. She completed her studies of dramatugy and obtained her Master’s degree in filmology at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. She works as a Radio Belgrade 2 journalist and a columnist for City Magazine and the nova.rs portal. She has published five books so far Epoha lipsa juče (An Epoch Croaked Yesterday) (2003), Lust ‘n’ Dust (2004), Plišani soliter (A plush tower block) (2007), Surfing Serbia (2012) and Yugoslav (2019). Her short stories were published in the collections Krik! (The Shriek) and Kraljica Lir i njena deca (Queen Lear and Her Children) (2017). Her poems were published in Volume 33 of the Rukopisi (Manuscripts) anthology of poetry from the former Yugoslavia in 2010. She is the recipient of the Elle Style Award for Literature for the year 2020.
Since she won the prestigious award Joseph S. Stauffer about ten years ago, Marie-Chantale Gariépy has published more than eleven titles and contributed to a number of collections. She was born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1975. However, she finds different imaginary worlds, musicality and serious topics much more important than geography in her novels. Recently, she has quietly warmed to flash fiction. She is also a literary director, former trapeze artist and mother of two.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: 25 centi.
Radu Pavel Gheo
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Radu Pavel Gheo (RADU Pavel Gheorghiţă, born in 1969 in Oraviţa, Romania) is a Romanian writer, essayist and translator. He finished his studies in Timișoara, for years worked as a teacher, a radio host, a journalist for cultural magazines and a translator. He has published twelve books – novels, short-story collections and essays. He has received a number of Romanian awards and his books have been translated into several languages. He currently lives in Timișoara and works as an editor, translator and a columnist.
Published by Partizanska knjiga: Disko Titanik.